Dental Crowns

Invisalign Vs. Dental Crowns

Modern dental treatments have become very sophisticated. Dentists can correct almost all kinds of damage and ensure you have the perfect smile. Some of the most common dental treatments include Invisalign and dental crowns. At Rice Dentistry, our dentist has helped patients with all kinds of dental problems, including misalignment and tooth damage. We know [...]

Not All Crowns Are Created Equal

When you are trying to decide on a dentist in Orange County to perform your restorative or cosmetic dentistry, you might talk to several dentists and get quotes. Maybe you notice that the quotes are significantly different for what seems to be the same service. However, there is usually a good explanation [...]

Damaged Teeth Claims against Anesthesiologists Are Most Common

During surgery or emergency care, intubation for anesthesia is a lifesaving necessity. It’s critical to maintain an open airway, and the tube allows for proper regulation of breathing during anesthesia. Unfortunately, this necessity can sometimes come with unforeseen consequences. Injuries can happen during the process, and, according to a new study, tooth damage is the [...]

Cracks Are a Major Threat to Your Teeth

Cracks are the third leading cause of tooth loss, after gum disease and tooth decay. And most people have at least one cracked tooth, although they may not know it. It’s important to see us regularly to identify cracked teeth before they fracture and may be beyond help. We can perform a close examination of [...]

Nothing Lasts Forever, Not Even Dental Crowns

When we’re placing your dental crown, we might refer to the final restoration as your “permanent” crown. This isn’t meant to be taken literally, because dental crowns just can’t be permanent, but are designed to be very long-lasting. With proper maintenance, many of them may last the rest of your life, but that [...]

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